I raced Hare Scrambles for the Western New York offload series from 2003 until 2010. I competed in the 250C and OpenC classes. In April 2011, I joined the Marine Corps. I served 5 years and was stationed in Okinawa, Japan and Hawaii. I was honorably discharged in 2016. Now I work two jobs for a highway department and in the shop at a local public transportation garage. I just started racing motocross again in September 2018. Ive found that I am much more skilled at motocross riding than in the woods. Only my second race I placed a 3rd and a 2nd mostly due to going down in rutted corners. I plan to race the full 2019 season in the 250 beginner and open beginner class number 800. Even though I work two jobs I still struggle to find the money to make it to each race. Getting back into dirt bikes is one of the best decisions I've made. I am much happier its like a second family at the track. Motocross has filled a big gap missing in my life. Im out there to do the best than I can and make as many friends as possible.
- Race 2019 in 250 Beginner and Open Beginner and improve to Novice by the end of the season.
- Win! Motocross looks like its my niche, i was never able to clench a first in woods racing.
- Possibly race a few hare scrambles and GNCC races and see if I have improved over the years.
- Syracuse Stadiumcross race in March 2019 and stadiumcross races in Albany, NY.
- Improve enough to move to Novice and compete in regional qualifiers to make it to Loretta Lynn's.
- Placed in 2nd and 3rd place in only my second race.
- Was knocked into a hay bale on my 3rd race and class was 1/3 around the track before i was able to get my bike running and going. In this 3 lap race I was able to make my way from 22nd back to 6th place. This was a proud moment for me and makes me confident about the 2019 season.